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Survey shows best jobs for work-life balance

Managing a healthy work-life balance is tough in today’s employment environment. Glassdoor, an employment site, has measured employees satisfaction with their work-life balance since 2009. The survey, which indued more…

Majority of employers favor minimum wage boost

CHICAGO – A clear majority of employers continue to believe that raising the minimum wage in their state is a good idea, according to a new survey by CareerBuilder. Sixty-four…

Workforce satisfaction has improved in last decade

WASHINGTON, D.C. – Despite all of the struggles in the workforce in the last decade, Americans’ satisfaction with 13 aspects of their current jobs has largely improved in the last…

CareerBuilder finds salary important to high school seniors

CHICAGO – A high salary is a key aspect of success for the next wave of workers according to a new survey by CareerBuilder. The company surveyed working professionals and high…

Childish behavior rising in the workplace

CHICAGO – Childish behaviors are seeping into workplace at an alarming rate according to a survey by CareerBuilder. The study found that 77 percent of employees reported witnessing some type…

Embellishing resumes can lead to big blunders

CHICAGO – Getting the attention of hiring managers is crucial for job seekers today. According to a new survey from CareerBuilder, the majority of employers (70 percent) spend less than…

Crazy vs. creative ways to impress hiring managers

CHICAGO – There is a fine line between creative and crazy when it comes to stunts job seekers have pulled in an effort to impress hiring managers. CareerBuilder contracted a…

Hiring expected to pick up, forecast shows

CHICAGO — Hiring will increase in the last half of this year, according to CareerBuilder’s Midyear U.S. Job Forecast. The forecast found nearly half of employers in the United States…

What employers should know about paid sick leave

At the start of each year, business owners frequently complain of an “epidemic” of new legal regulations and requirements. 2015 will be no exception. Of particular concern is California’s new…

Hiring process is getting longer worldwide

MILL VALLEY – The average length of the hiring process continues to grow according to a new report from Glassdoor Economic Research. In the U.S., it now takes 22.9 days,…